Marcus Hayes Biography
Marcus Hayes is a well-renowned American journalist presently working in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia Inquirer as a Sports Columnist since February 1995. Previously, he has appeared on several stations including Houston Chronicle, MSN, Miami Herald, Boston Herald, and The (Toronto) Star. He writes on the issues that surround the people of Philadelphia and sports.
Marcus Hayes Age
Marcus was born in Upstate New York, in the United States of America. However, Marcus likes to keep his private life confidential hence he has not revealed his exact birth details.
Marcus Hayes Height
Marcus is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (Approx 1.88 m).
Marcus Hayes Family
He was born and raised by his caring and supportive parents in Upstate New York, in the United States of America. Marcus is the son of Zelma Hayes of Richville, N.Y. As of now, he has not brought to light any details concerning either his mum or if he has siblings.
Marcus Hayes Education
Marcus joined Newhouse School and attained his High School from Hermon-DeKalb High School. He later joined the staff of the Syracuse Herald-Journal, where he spent a duration of five years reporting on sports. His beat included the Syracuse Chiefs, Syracuse Campus lacrosse, high school & small college sports, and the Syracuse Crunch.
Marcus Hayes Wife
Marcus is gladly hitched to his beloved wife named Shelly Bowers. The duo tied the knot on 22nd June 2002, in St. John’s Lutheran Church, Allentown. Marcus and Shelly currently live in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Marcus Hayes Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $79,108 per year. This is in accordance with Philadelphia Inquirer Sports Columnists’ salaries.
Marcus Hayes’ Net Worth
Marcus Hayes has amassed a decent fortune over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Marcus Hayes Career
Marcus serves at Philadelphia Inquirer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a Sports Columnist since February 1995. Formerly, he has appeared on several stations including Houston Chronicle, MSN, Miami Herald, Boston Herald, and The (Toronto) Star. He writes on the issues that surround the people of Philadelphia and sports.
He salivated over Micah Parsons and saw the athleticism and size and three-down potential in Philly’s backyard. He has also served as a writer at the Charlotte Observer. He joined the Philadelphia Daily News, in 1996, where he became the Philadelphia Phillies beat writer, special assignment reporter, and the Philadelphia Eagles beat writer. Marcus began his current role in 2010 as a sports columnist.
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